A memorial is being held on Sunday for the dog that was set on fire in the parking lot of a West Haven beach last month.
About 100 animal lovers filled the Sandy Point Beach parking lot Sunday morning. They came to remember and reflect on the little dog whose body was found charred in West Haven.
It’s back to square one in the search for a person who lit a dog on fire. West Haven police say the driver of a pickup truck they’d been looking for has been located, interviewed, and cleared.
Police believe that the dog, an older Terrier breed, was deceased prior to being set on fire on the Fourth of July in a beach parking lot.
Officers in Hamden are looking for the person responsible for abusing and possibly abandoning a 3-year-old Yorkshire Terrier mix.
Mayor Nancy Rossi says arrests are coming in the case of a dog found burned in West Haven.
Firefighters rescued a woman from a burning home in West Haven Tuesday morning.